Increased HDL cholesterol during menopausal transition linked to greater carotid intima-media thickness.
Postmenopausal women experienced increased muscle strength, less muscle mass loss with vitamin D supplements.
Postmenopausal women with insomnia experienced less sexual satisfaction and frequency.
Initiating hormone therapy earlier in menopause may lower risk for later development of coronary heart disease.
One-third of women taking hormone therapy at menopause are using compounded hormones.
Women who reported recent abuse experienced more bother from menopausal symptoms.
Women demonstrate preference for oral estrogens for genitourinary menopausal symptoms.
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